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The Yale Sustainable Food Project maintains an internship database relevant to anyone interested in pursuing a broad set of opportunities in sustainable food.

All these opportunities are open to both Yalies and the general public, so kindly pass on the link to friends who might benefit from this resource.

Don’t forget to follow the Yale Sustainable Food Project on Tumblr!


I may be biased, since your tumblr is a former TP intern, but it is a pretty amazing experience.

You can find the details & application here.

Climate Change Communication Internships, Summer 2012

National Park Service (National Capital Region) &

George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication

Deadline: April 17


The National Park Service (NPS) cares for special places saved by the American people so that all may experience our heritage. In this capacity, NPS is in a unique position to observe changes brought about by global warming, and to engage park visitors and neighbors in conversations about climate change. Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication (4C) conducts research on, and teaches about, climate change public engagement strategies. Seven interns will have the opportunity to work with NPS staff and a 4C PhD student on climate change communication projects in the summer of 2012.

The internships will be based at Washington, DC area NPS parks and at 4C. Six of the interns - working in pairs under the supervision of 4C staff - will work with NPS staff in a national park, developing park-specific communication projects. The seventh intern will work the NPS’s Urban Ecology Research Learning Alliance on a region-wide project; this position may be renewed for a second summer (in 2013) if the intern performs well and has the requisite skills.

If you are interested, please click here for more information.

Let me know if you need help applying. I work with the folks who run 4C.